Join our EFIT Workouts for additional skills training!
15 hours of EFIT video review and skill practice. 3 hours weekly for 5 weeks.
Expand your capacity to flow through the moves of the EFT Tango to help individuals become emotionally fit – robust – strong – vigorous – resilient – and able to face the existential dilemmas of life. Watch EFIT training videos and practice EFT Tango Moves and micro-interventions with your colleagues, to become smoother at working with anxiety, depression, post trauma reactions and relational distress in individual therapy.
EFT is built on values of collaboration and empathic attuned listening. The training seeks to embrace cultural humility and racial sensitivity.
This is not part of the ICEEFT certificate for completing Levels 1 and 2 EFIT. It is additional training to EFIT Levels 1 and 2.
Trainers: Lorrie Brubacher and Ali Barbosa
Dates: October 14, 21, 28 and November 4, 11, 2020
10am – 1pm Eastern Time
Format: Video review and skill practice
Prerequisite: EFIT Level 1
Cost: $450 (Early Bird: $400)
EFT Supervisors: $315 (Early Bird: $280)
Diversity/Inclusion Scholarships available
Student: $350 (Early Bird: $300)
International (outside US): $332 (approx. $450 CAD)
(Early Bird: $295, approx. $400 CAD)
Diversity/Inclusion scholarships: click for information
Full scholarship: 0
Partial Scholarship: $225
October 4 – Early Bird Deadline
Contact Sara Freeman for more information.
Diversity/Inclusion scholarships are being offered as a statement that BLACK LIVES MATTER! We want to address the unconscious, systemic racism that has resulted in a lack of diversity in EFT training. The scholarships are designed to encourage participation from people from underrepresented groups, whose presence will enrich the training experience for everyone. If you can benefit from the scholarship and identify with one of the following categories, please come and participate in the upcoming EFT training course. The categories are: 1) Those who identify with an underrepresented group such as, but not excluded to, Black Therapists and 2) those who work with historically marginalized communities.
The full or partial scholarship is granted based on your need, and an application is not required. You are invited to indicate which above category you represent. If you have any questions, please contact Debra Wright or Steve Wampler.